Check in to your exclusive Montreal hotel, just steps from the shops, restaurants and clubs of Rue St. Catherine. Enjoy innovative cuisine using product from local artisans from the regions between the Laurentian mixed forest and the south of Québec. Dishes are inspired by the old-fashioned cooking of the families who built today’s Québec, the First Nations’ traditional cuisine and the diverse waves of newcomers who shaped Montréal’s culinary heritage. Explore First Nations and Inuit Cultures at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and enjoy Old Montreal, before departing for the Hôtel – Musée Premières Nations, where The heart of the Huron Wendat beats at the rhythm of the Kabir Kouba Waterfall, a natural site of rare beauty. Spend a morning at the Traditional Huron site “ONHOÜA CHETEK8E”, the most authentic recreation of a Quebec Indian village, where your guide will lead you through a visit of the Long House, (Huron’s traditional housing), the smokehouse and the drying tent. Learn purification techniques in the sweating tent, and make a stop at the giant tee-pee. After a lunch of authentic game-based cuisine, enjoy a pleasant trip by canoe, kayak, paddleboard or a legendary Rabaska on the St. Charles River. Check in to your Quebec City hotel and marvel at the beauty of the city.
SITES & ACTIVITES
Indigenous Nations of Québec culture & history | candlelit storytelling in the stunning longhouse of Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations | tantalizing cuisine featuring the food & spices of the boreal forest | Huron-Wendat Traditional Site ONHOÜA CHETEK8E | workshop opportunities
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TRANSPORTATION & FLIGHTS